Fri. May 7th, 2021

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An alternative way to travel to Lymington

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From April 2, Anderson Boat Cruises will be offering a regular passenger service between Yarmouth and Lymington on their vessel Coral Star. The company have decided to provide the service again this year as it will help with essential travel between the Island and the mainland, particularly in view of the planned Easter weekend and other strikes by Wightlink staff.

Coral Star has undergone a minor refit and paint this year and the crew will be taking great care of passenger wellbeing and safety, including ensuring masks are worn on board and the vessel being sanitised between every trip.
Skipper and owner, Tim Anderson, said: “We worked really hard last year to provide a safe and reliable public service and we feel there is still the need for it again this year.”
You can find out more including timetables and fares at coralstar.co.uk. Booking is essential; call 760212 or 07772 005567.

Coral Star’s popular Needles cruises will start as soon as government guidelines permit.